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    Spiked cement ridges run a length of 30 meters under the Guangzhou airport expressway at the Huang Shinan Bridge. Each cement spike is about 10 centimeters tall. Some appear to have been dislodged. Photo by Xiang Bei / Oriental IC
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Guangzhou Tries to Homeless-Proof its Streets

Along Guangzhou's bridges and viaducts, city officials are covering vast areas in cement spikes. Prior to this, these places were often populated with the city's homeless. The public reaction has been mixed, and many people believe that the city's administration should show more tolerance to homeless individuals.

07.04.2012
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